This article explores the dynamics of reciting the Greatest Name and offers suggestions as to how this practice could be enriched. It underlines throughout the need for each of us to be open to developing our own understandings of ways to make this bountiful devotional practice more effective.

Special thanks must go to Arthur Kendall for his excellent work reviewing and editing.

Its author has run courses and held regular meditation meetings for over twenty years. He has also had published a Facilitators Guide and Handbook (with CD)  for small groups of people who would like to learn meditation together – CALM: a Communal Approach to Learning Meditation, available from George Ronald.

The group of friends who were involved with the meditation project as mentioned were: Jilly Bird, Pauline Bray, Arezzo Farahzad, Ruby Horwell, Kay Hughes, Carole Huxtable, Shirin Huxtable, Jan Mughrabi, Diane Profaska, Paul Profaska.


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